Do you play Subway Surfers? It’s one of the most popular mobile games of all time.
Subway Surfers challenges players to run as fast as they can, dodging being hit by trains.
Some gimmicks like the skateboard, shield protection, bouncing shoes, and others make level progression easier.
Unfortunately, Subway Surfers is an app like all others. It can manifest bugs and other issues that can slow down the experience or make the game completely unplayable, as is the case with the so-called “freezing issue.”
Freezing and lagging are some common issues among the Subway Surfers players’ community.
There are a few ways you can fix that.
Screen animations make games look neat, but are also the cause of lag spikes or complete freezing.
If you want a less flashy, but smooth experience, you can disable the animation screen sunning in the background.
The freezing issue might be a consequence of excess cache on the app. Clearing the cache should improve the game’s performance. To do that, GO to Settings -> Application Manager -> Subway Surfers -> Clear Cache.
Doing those steps often solves the problem.
Too many apps running in the background might prevent others from running correctly.
It would help if you considered installing app cleaners or automatic task killers/game boosters from Google Play to keep Subway Surfers from freezing.
The previously mentioned methods should be all that you need to fix your broken game. However, if neither works, try doing them all again. If that does not work either, try contacting the developer from the official website.
Also, make sure that your app is up to date. Having an outdated app or operating system version might make the game crash or freeze.
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